Join Telling Queer History before the show for an interactive historical background to Fellow Travelers. Stay after for storytelling with the artistic team, including composer Gregory Spears. Telling Queer History is an event series that connects LGBTQ people across generations and identities through storytelling.

Make sure you buy your tickets to Fellow Travelers in advance!! 
Use code ten$ticket to receive a $10 ticket to June 17th.

Before the show – 1pm in the Target Studio at Cowles Center

5 minutes: Introduction to Telling Queer History
5 minutes: historical background to Fellow Travelers
10 minutes: Listen to audio recordings from Making Gay History: Frank Kameny who was fired for being gay in 1957, and Del Martin and Phyllis Lyon who started the Daughters of Bilitis in 1955.
5 minutes: interactive conversation with attendees.

After the show - 4pm in the Goodale Auditorium (main stage)

Storytelling with composer Gregory Spears facilitated by TQH founder Rebecca Lawrence.